Continuing The Mancunion’s celebration of Black History Month, Kate Jackson argues we must remember the strides Althea Gibson made for tennis and the black female stars of today
Writer Sam Bronheim celebrates actor Amandla Stenberg’s activism and social awareness as she uses her platform to raise awareness and promote discussions around racism and sexuality
As part of Black History Month, Chess Bradley discusses Tom Quayle’s beautiful, joyful images of the LGBTQI group Rainbow Noir
Sophia Ashby spoke to Cara Thompson about hair politics, femininity and why only some afros are acceptable.
October marks Black History Month in the UK, an annual celebration of the history and culture of black people in the UK and of the contribution that they have made
Florrie Badley reflects on the role of artists, archives and curators in the act of remembrance
Poet Malika Booker talks politics at the Manchester Literature Festival
Ariel Nash reflects on what Black History Month means to her and the powerful potential of the BME movement in art and culture
A recent study by the Sports People’s Think Tank found that there are just six black football/BME managers in England, reports Will Kelly
Fashion brands are becoming more inclusive as the social and political landscape changes, but are any of them genuinely interested in making real change?
As part of Black History Month Chess Bradley discusses the colourful art of outsider artist Pearl Alcock
The figure behind clap-gate goes under the microscope
Hear from two Manchester residents about the importance of food in their cultural identity.
Harry Deacon takes a look at Manchester’s rich history of black representation in sports
Doudy’s project aims to bring more black voices to the UK’s media
Ahead of Black History Month, Deputy Features Editor Raine Beckford chats to the committee of the African Caribbean Society about their hopes for the coming weeks
Diana Khasa reviews one of BME MCR’s Black History Month events